Evangelicals don’t need to get high to have a history. Read more

A quiet—very quiet—story about the limits of parental love. Read more

My first foray into the extensive set of works by Mercedes Lackey has been an encouraging one. If you’re like me, the Sci-Fi/Fantasy section at the bookstore is always a bit overwhelming. Sure, there’s a fairly small list of sci-fi classic authors to choose from (hint: always check to see if they’ve got anything by Cordwainer Smith or Clifford Simak), but that particular section at the bookstore is usually just a wall of multi-colored covers that provide no way to… Read more

‘Ready Player One’ is busy—very busy—proving that the filmmaker, now in his 70s, can still wow the youth. Read more

A Review of David Brin’s “Kiln People” Read more

A review of Steven Soderbergh’s “Unsane.” Read more

It sends up Communist ideology with glee, but shows a tendency toward corruption, insularity and self-flattery that has infected—and continues to infect—political systems of all stripes. Read more

A review of “The Big Book of Bible Stories for Toddlers” Read more

I don’t know if I should be glad that Crossing to Safety is the first Wallace Stegner novel I’ve read–because of course how could I know that? It’s the first one I’ve read. Maybe all of the rest of them are inferior; maybe they’re all vastly superior. In any case, I am glad that I read it. It’s an excellent book and you should all read it too. There are a lot of different views of the good life to choose from…. Read more

Jodocus van Lodenstein had two things going for him: 1) a Harry Potter-esque name that no doubt hipster parents will shortly be rediscovering; 2) a desire to see true revival sweep through the Netherlands in the 17th century. This desire pours out of the nine sermons collected in A Spiritual Appeal to Christ’s Bride. This book is a part of the “Classics of Reformed Spirituality” series. As noted in an earlier blog post, the goal of this series is “the publication and… Read more

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